Hart longs for regular role

24 February 2009 09:42
Joe Hart is determined to break back into the Manchester City side, but concedes he must play regularly if he is to fulfil his dream of being England's No.1 goalkeeper.[LNB] Hart has not played for City since fellow shot-stopper Shay Given joined the club from Newcastle United in January.[LNB]But 21-year-old Hart is confident he can re-emerge as City's first-choice keeper, as he bids to add to his sole England cap.[LNB]He told Sky Sports News: "There is no point in sulking or being any other way about it. I have not lost my job, I have just lost my place in the team.[LNB]"I can work harder, look to get better and obviously pick up what I can along the way. You just don't know what is going to happen tomorrow, so I live for now.[LNB]"I need to be playing first-team football if I want to play for England, so that's my aim it the moment, to try and force my way back into the Man City team.[LNB]"My desire to play for England is as strong as anyone's. It goes without saying. There is only one place available, goalkeeper-wise, I want to be knocking on that door soon."[LNB]

Source: SKY_Sports